Markdown Syntax in Inspire

Inspire markup language is a super easy way to add formatting to text by using special characters around them, such as for bold text, so you can define them. It drives up your workflow, whether you’re writing a blog or a novel.

It takes only few minutes to learn. Once you master it, you’ll never want to write in any other way.

Tutorial

To make headers, preface the phrase with hash marks (or use Ctrl+H). The number of hash marks indicates the level of the heading. For example:

# Header One

## Header Two

### Header Three

To **make a phrase bold**, surround words with two asterisks (or use Ctrl+B).

To _make a phrase italic_, surround words with an underscore (or use Ctrl+I ).

To mark text for deletion, surround words with double vertical lines ||. because it’s somewhat uncessary.

To add comments inline, surround words with ++ (double plus signs).

To create an unordered list, preface each item in the list with a ““(minus sign), a “+” (plus sign) or a “” (middle dot) and a space:

  – This is
  + An example
  • Of an unordered list

To create an ordered list, preface it with numbers:

  1. This is
  2. An example
  3. Of an ordered list

To create a layered list, preface it with one of the above signs and enter a Tab before the signs to create sub layers and sub-sub layers:
  – Item 1 level 1
      – Item 1 level 2
  – Item 2 level 1
      – Item 2 level 2
  – Item 3 level 1
      – Item 3 level 2
          1. Item 3 level 3 item 1
          2. Item 3 level 3 item 2
          3. Item 3 level 3 item 3

Use “Enter” to escape the bullet list if you need.

If you want to create a block quote, like when you want to provide a motto, simply preface the quote with a >, greater than caret.

    > Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.
    > Einstein

To make a divider, type 4 hyphens in a row.

----

Escape Character

Some characters are automatically interpreted as part of the markup formatting. Inserting a backslash before them to indicate they should not be interpreted as format.

> A block quote

\> Not a block quote

Link, Image and Footnote

To create a link, wrap the link text in brackets (or use Ctrl+K).

To insert an image, type (img) (or use Ctrl+M).

To add a footnote, type (fn) (or use Shift+Ctrl+F).

Comment and comment Block

To add a comment, wrap the text you want to add comment to with two plus signs ++.

Or you can start a paragraph with two percent signs %% to make it a comment block.

Code and Code Block

To mark a part of text as code, warp it with two back quotes ``.

Start a paragraph with two single quotation marks '', and you’ll get a code block.

Raw Source and Raw Source block

Wrap the text with two tildes ~~ to mark it as raw source.

Start a paragraph with two tildes ~~ to mark the whole paragraph as a raw source block.

More Definitions

All definitions can be seen via the button (or use Ctrl+9).

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